Jhalrapatan: BJP’s Vasundhara Raje vs Congress’s Manvendra Singh – The constituency of Jhalrapatan is a town in Jhalawar district in the south of Rajasthan state in India. Rajasthan’s Jhalrapatan constituency will be get to see a tough fight between BJP‘s Vasundhara Raje vs Congress’s Manvendra Singh in assembly election 2018.
Political experts believe that the caste and social equations of Jhalrapatan have traditionally helped Raje in winning the constituency thrice. More than 33,000 votes in this area belong to minorities while around 34,000 votes are from SC and approximately 22,000 from Rajputs.
The Congress, by fielding Manvendra, a Rajput from the region, is seen as trying to dent Raje’s traditional vote base.
Tonk: BJP’s Yunus Khan vs Congress’s Sachin Pilot – The Tonk assembly constituency in Rajasthan seems to be headed for an interesting battle of opposites: state Congress chief Sachin Pilot is contesting state elections for the first time, while Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) candidate Yunus Khan is a cabinet minister in the Vasundhara Raje government.
Both candidates are ‘outsiders’ but geographically Tonk is close to Pilot’s Lok Sabha constituencies, Dausa and Ajmer, which he won in 2004 and 2009 respectively. The BJP won this seat, dominated by minority communities including Muslims, Scheduled Castes and Gujjars, in 2013. Congress broke a four-decade-long tradition of fielding Muslim candidate from Tonk when it announced Pilot’s candidacy. In a last-minute pivot, the BJP replaced Ajit Singh Mehta with Khan — the only Muslim face in BJP’s list of 200 candidates.
Rajasthan will go to polls on December 7.
Sadulpur: BJP’s Ramsingh Kaswan vs Congress’s Krishna Punia – The constituency of Sadulpur is a part of Rajasthan’s Churu district. During Rajasthan assembly election 2018, this time BJP’s Ramsingh Kaswan is faceing Congress’s Krishna Punia from Sadulpur. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC) would battle it out for dominance in the 200-seat Assembly in the state.
The people of Rajasthan are choosing their MLAs for the 200-member House. The elections are due on December 7, 2018. Results of the 2018 Rajasthan Assembly elections will be declared on December 11.
Sadulpur has become a synonym of the town’s name, which is Rajgarh to distinguish from places with similar name. Apart from Sadulpur, Churu district comprises the constituencies of Ratangarh, Churu, Sardarshahar, Sujangarh, and Taranagar.
Taranagar: BJP’s Rakesh Jangir vs Congress’s Narendra Budania – The constituency of taranagar is a part of Rajasthan’s Churu district. This time BJP’s Rakesh Jangir and Congress’s Narendra Budania are in fray of Taranagar against each other.The BJP won the seat in the last two Assembly elections.
The 200-member Rajasthan Assembly is scheduled to go to polls on December 7, and counting of votes will take place on December 11.
The state has more than 4.74 crore voters. Incumbent BJP Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is facing a formidable challenge from a resurgent Rajasthan Congress under the leadership of state party chief Sachin Pilot.
Apart from Taranagar, Churu district comprises the constituencies of Ratangarh, Churu, Sadulpur, Sardarshahar, and Sujangarh.
Nokha: BJP’s Bihari Lal Bishnoi vs Congress’s Rameshwar Lal Dudi – The constituency of Nokha is a part of Rajasthan’s Bikaner district. In Nokha, this time BJP’s Bihari Lal Bishnoi and Congress’s Rameshwar Lal Dudi will be a close fight.
The people of Rajasthan are choosing their MLAs for the 200-member House. Results of the 2018 Rajasthan Assembly elections will be declared on December 11. The 200-member Rajasthan Assembly is scheduled to go to polls on December 7, and counting of votes will take place on December 11.
Apart from Nokha, Bikaner district comprises the constituencies of Bikaner East, Bikaner West, Lunkaransar, Kolayat and Dungargarh.